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Our Easter Song for Parents

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Please listen to our Easter song which the children performed for our recording. We would have shared this with you all during the Easter service.



Our daily collective worship is central and an important part of the school day for staff and pupils. Each day we hold a different type of Christian based worship that fosters pupil’s spiritual development. Everyone is welcome, of all faiths and none. We use a range of resources to support worship such as materials created by Imaginor publications or the Values for Life materials created by Jumping Fish publications of Gloucestershire Diocese. We use the Understanding Christianity project at school as part of our Religious Education programme, but often use it to enable children to ‘see’ where Bible stories are in the Old or New Testaments.

Collective worship provides a space and a place for the telling of the Christian story, the mutual giving and receiving of worth as well as times of reflection and prayer. We aim for our collective worship to be inspirational and transformational.

Here is our worship plan:




Monday 9:05am

Whole school & all staff

Value or unit based on worship year

Executive head or head of school

Tuesday 9:00am

Whole school

Bible stories & learning from them

Open the book team

(children help)


Whole school

Worship through song

Head of School

Thursday 10:05am

Class worship – all staff

Church members: Anton (Youth worker) Rev. McKenzie (Siddington Church vicar), Naomi (Baptist church) or year 6 led whole school worship

Community members or

Year 6 pupils

Friday 9:05am

Whole school & staff & parents

Celebration worship & reflecting upon the week – a time for personal reflection.

Executive head or head of school

(Year 6 assist)